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“For All the Saints”
Posted on October 30, 2013 by Greet Grief
In the front of the church, a small altar stands in the middle of the raised steps, holding fourteen red candles. There is a white banner beside this altar with the word RESURRECTION made of gold fabric letters. Fourteen bells … Continue reading →
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